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Granada pioneer, March 3, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, March 3, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
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Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Amache
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 44

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University of Florida
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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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A Red Cross War Fund drive v;ill be conducted on this
project tomorrow, Friday, apd Saturday,, according to
John 0* Hoore, public welfare counselor*
actual solioiting vill be confined to the appointed
personnel* Aiding in oollecting will be Administrative
Vol.Is Uo* 44 _______
OPEN classes
IN, JAPANESE
Permission to start Jap-r*
anesG language classes hare
hs oo.ae through from the
prQjpor uuthoritiis9 stated
Kay ougal^ra of tlie om^loy-
meat officci
Male U8 .Qitizens who are
interested in learning the
language in ordor to qualify
for numerous positions be-
iag offered and for possi-
ble enliatnent in the Army
Language school at Savag,
Mianf roay register at the
am^L;yment office now.
Initial classes for this
selected group will begin
as soon as tiie number of
students is dotermiuod this
ueeiw ssei v/li are inter-
estod in helping to toadh
tho lan^iagG may apply for
jobs as assistants, said
Sugaliara,-
__CAIENDAR_
TODAY '
7:00 festival9
1211 mosi hall.
7100 om*MovidSj 12F moss
hall,.' 1
7:30' p.a.LIttlG T)atorf
piays5tiokots available
at door, ?crry hall,
7t30 --Movies,12G mess
7:30 Barret ball games s
Amaalie A vs. Granada A9
* Amaohe 3 vs Granada B,
GraaacJa hi^a gym.
/ ixim\I
%Jt5 3m*--Movies9 11H mess
nail. '
7s 00 Basketball games,
Zephyrs vs. Kau Kau Lane
A1 s, tv/o AA league oon-
.tests, Granada hi gym*
7?30 p*m.Hovies511K mess
.hall..
FRIDAY '
9 tOO a.m#--Ar ts axid Orafts-
_ festival, ?erry ball,
7 s00 ---ilovies, 9H mess
* .(
7s30 Idovissf 9L mess
hall.
7130 m.Basketball games f
Holly a vs. Amache A,
Holly B vs, Amaobe 0,
Granada hl'^i gym#
TO CONTINUE-
The deadline for enlistr-
ingin tne US Army has been
extended to Jfcr.10, au-
uouncQc* V/alter J* Knodel,
administrative representa-
tive of tlie jurmy team
Recruitingv/ill 0011tinue
in the mploymeut offioo.
Clothing Pleas
Are Rejected
.In a letter written by
Maj. Liark II. Astrup, act-
ing V/HA associate field
director, to Joliu 0* Itoore5
;>abliG ,v/elfare counselor,
residents who have written
letters to Gen. John L.
SeWitt of the lestern De-
fease oonmand c'oncerniag
V^OOA Glo thing allowances
a're requested to* discon-
tiixue because H'There is no
possibility that any par-
tially filled order will
be adjusted at tais late
date*11
Astrup plained fur-
ther that the discrepan-
Gies between the clothing
order and supply iwre due
to tlie vendor' wlio was ua-
able to provide' oertaia
items* The'goveraneat was
billed only on the amount-
of do thing actually de-
livorod.-
FISHING LICEN&'ES
FOR ALIENS BANNED
Under Colorado fishing
regulations5 licenses can-
not be issued to aliens*
However 9 aliens will be
permitted to fish v.ithin
the project area, said Staa-
ley E# Adams f assistant
internal security officer*
Officers Henry ?#Halliday9
V/. Bay Johnson, V/altar Kuo-
dal, Joseph Mod alia 03,
Mark Bwdoliffe9 Dr, Cars tar-
'phen, Paul Terry, Ralph
OfHourk:es and Kendall Smith*
Evacuees will be able
to contribute to the fund
thr ou^i their respect ive
block managers* .
The goal for the project
has been set at #500. The
quota for the nation is
$125,000,000..
The Bad Gross will need
twice as much this y0c*r as
compared to last year,
itoore said.
Included in the services
which the Bed Gross has
rendered to residents her
ere answering questions con-
cerning relatives in Japan
and 'handling messages to
and from soldiers.
,fI hope that the resi-
dents will co-operate and
give voluntarily tow ard
this v^orthy cause, Hoore
said. He stre ssed that
this is not a regular roll
call for meabership.
Am, CKAFTS,
EXHIBIT SET
The community Arts and
Crafts festival being held
this v?e ak end in Terry
hall under the sponsorship
of the education division
and the PIONEB promises
to be the most impressive
affair held in any center,
deoLara GO-cliairmen Atsushi
Kikuclii aad Ifcrk Luca*
Those who are participa-
ting include the elementary,
junior, .senior, and adult
students of the sdiools,
resident hobbyists, YWGA
girls, appointed sdmiuis-
t r a tive per sonnelf and
Oaptm John P* Karpen and
Ms 335th Escort guards*


Page 2-------------------------flONBEB
-R A N A D A PIONEER
Publislidd Wednesdays and'. Saturdays by tbe
distributed frga to eaoli ap^rtment^ Editorial
fice; PJ0111LE Deriding, AxmGliB9 Coloradoi * :
nv.1.> lirr . . m' ___ -
March 3,1943
W f
.elaphone; 63;
Taxis Kusunoki' acting ed
tjii
1.
.
'V
"a.
Top
Our man are volunteering for active service in our
country's, armed forces becaus they feel t th^-mus.t
cj something i-n is fight fM bettf.r fati^e in a
better democracy^ ... , '
wii ?dil.reinaAn on the ])me front must not forget
that w have an important contribution to ma^e in'thia
struggle, too V/e must, do our share, and th^r ara
many ways in ^icli %a. oan do it. ' -
IToi* on thing, we can atart the Amerioan R@d Cross
toward its War Chest fund goal of #125*0005000 by ful-
filling our quota of ¢300.
Our. Victory drive,, aponsored by the c'onGert was a
sug8ss4 V/e dro.va beyond the goal ,set st 13 pr o.ent
of the QentQvwag^s, but that. doesnH mean that' we
oaa sit back now and relax. V/e still bavp bonds and
.stamps t to / buy. aad'sacrifices to, make^ It! s all for
our and evaryoxie elsefs sta^e in tu future.
So ljtfs .go ovor tbe.top again, shall w? and feel
,the satisfaction of knowing that ,^8 1181pad the Bed
G.ross .jslp our sold iervS* .even little? S,
A
n
Blooa transfusions^ which often means tho difference
-'etwee'n life ^and dea.tii, cannot be oontinuG"c3 a t the cen-
ter hospitc! unless donors are ffttGming. ffbe ^onor'
list pTev'iou^ly .oampiled is nearly exhausted .decause
voluntary donation of blood is th only source of blood
'available to the patiapts in -tJia ceixtor .hospitalt'u-
ture ti4-ns fusions v;ill dex3end u^oa your responsa. K*K,
.T.O TH'E.,:.E.D.TpR .
_
70 aiL EUITO-.: '
.Xfd liHre-.t regis.t-Q^ a
complaint, if you doii* t
mind.^ My girl friend, To
^iXKO-NdsbU'iara,, series me
a copy, of the n§d.a.510-
NEp everv onoe'irx a wi)ilef
arid::, in recent. issues I've
beeia missing. Lil1 Neebo
Since no paper is really
complete without carac
stTip, X really consider
it a .^orima,-.. to ke:>-;T il*.
l^ee^o putf. . ..
As f..sqon as 141 keebQ
get^ p^tbaok in, th to-nada.
PIDKLS'rI v/ill be : f ;
.._,Yurs ^ truly,.
JDOB$ IB C05ICU
S. I @njx
thev paper very, muc}) indel#
J s realiy splfehdcli :-
Dear Bob,
I was wondering if it..
ware possible to'arrange a.
baske-tball 'gktiQr- with, the .
champs o'ut "your way., .
.1 was do?/n there, last
weQcC and \vatdhedi tlie fir st-_
tumsua@nt?and seems
as though a game li.tnis
ougiit to go over.
Iven if we Iosq it111
be a swell gania' for the
fallows,; .
You see, a lot of us. boys
would like to' visit' out-
tii ere too. . i
' Anj'ijay, boss, \vo hav-u
Tets Ifaraba^a, fraM. Furu-,
Aawa,- Babs ITaKaga^a,: and
..i ; self9 in ado itiaii-tb- Slug
and Eddia Yoshit^a:' ( S* J
Zebras ) J ^ayo Seliaal ivawahara."
'L-i'ybe- dl1 the ^oys \vori, ^ i'
m'.Q the tYip iffa gaub is
so.iaduled f but you o^n bet
soau of us will fee* there.
.So oaa you loo^ in*to the,
matter for me? Bobf as far*
as gas goes, we *got means
-if getting* tLat* '' -
*' xloht 0/ub vVrKf so nat--
ttvfall;>r.Suiida^.^.uiLt3 be tl8
JaostdCHiv.:eiiieatv-. da;/4 .
';!aln^ayf let n\e ii:eu .. r '. ..
^ 'DAÂ¥S :iJQ6mMm5 WR.
f .OAHYL'.S mLS- FIVE
-:L!WSH
im
JDen page4 of oo^naity
regulations ,* acmpte d by
Polio Qiief Harlw T^nlin-
son from the Wiofits 0ity
ordinances, have been pre-
sented to the council ^for
study.
The ezacutiTO committee-
men will hold meetings v^itli
representatives and block
managers of their re^jjec-
tiye districts to discuss
and make recommendations
for additions,, d eletions
and revisions to the reg-
ulations, The rocornmenda-
tions and the: .. tentative
. regulations willthen fa
" rofs red e tc the committee
on. Law and Order for fur
thur adaptation..
* ... *f.
' Jos s ibl e candid a t e s for
.the judicial co/.Tmissiprx and
tl^e -arbitra tipn .gorrm^sipr.
are being considered bytha
:counoilit
A panel- from ti.e .judi-
cial coission ,will try
violat ioti3 .ofc.,r ogulat ions
prescribed by. tii§ counoil,
while a .panel,,frpm the.ar-
bitration- Gosimission will
se t tla .a i.y il,d isputes
brought before it with the
consent of the disputirig
rl f lA ...............
Mature men and women
whose judgeinantis respected,
by the residents wil-1 be
needed "to fill tuese re-
sponsible positions. .
* ^ . *
oounGi-1 taas requested
that problems whioh occur
that,conoern all residents
bf tho aenter he brought
before the bed/ rather than
'to sl)mo administrator'
'A' tions ta^en by the
oounGil t* recognized hy the
adrrfrdstra-tion g rep
resoiitative vcilce of tho
'r esid ent s'9 will:^car ry far
morQ ;veight. tharra complaint
mad§'by som individual or
groups Of. individuals.
''.' rherQ is ho aeed for in-
dividual S' diroot ly- oentaot-
'Irigj t,he admnistratin as
the different council com-
mittees are in- constant
dontaot tie different
artntsv
- .. :.
The block managers and
f five ^c'ouncir doinf somo
buck passing already, and
""thore1 IT' Tie a lot mdi'e be-
f6rethd duties of each arw
alarifiecj* fean lomai


Marcn 3^ 1943
He is listed in the
latect edition of whos who
as one of tae leading me.n
in his profession, but he
has none of the preterision
that one expects such
a refutation.
He is Dr. a/illitol.
Carstf.rphen, Aumche's ..:
ciiief medical officer,
veteran of world War I, and
dog fancier.
After receiving his 3
at .vfike Forest college,
N* Carolina, and his IW
at Jefferson Medical col-
lege, Penr.., he practiced
for four years in his a-
tive state of North Caroli-
na as a country doctor-
Some time later, his alna
mater called upori him to
become professor of physi*
ology and hygiene and ex-
perimental pharmac D1ogy
in t*he medical departent.
He subsequently became act-
ing deaji of that division.
With the outbreak of
the first rld ar, Dr.
Caratarphen euterod the
United State3 Army as a
captain, serving with the
334ta Field Hospital, 67th
Division, Carup Pike, Ark;,,
and wt>,s l^ter dosignated
as inspector andin-stractoi
to the medica?. department
with the rank of major.
After going overseas to
France, he was transferred
to General John Pershing*s
general headquarters and
was made aiea injector
with a colori.eI: s rank.
He iesan;ed private prac-
tice in 1S19, and nas for
the past Zh, years held sev-
eral hi^fi medical positions
with such companies as the
Bell Telephone c ornpar*^,
Spicer Manafactuxirig cor-
poration, Lehigh Valley
railroad, and others. In
addition, he vms largely
responsible foi estaolish-
ing typhoid imraunization
in tuis nation.
His latest accomplish-
ment was the organisation
the hospital at the
Rohmer relocation center*
It is frou there that he
%as tranafjrrtd to Amacae.
His a'oilityarid coanuie^s
years of experienceuave al-
ready rarafcated t^errisel ves
in the large nuraDer of
changes aad irr^roverrieats
at tile ./EA hospital.
--5u^reo Sako
_________PIONEER__________
PU8UCATION
DATES CHAMGEO
-ill bo
tlOV V. In
ar.i ^L'Ai'r ot
cu Io.b3r,yv ?vd l^rInlays
aa ^'9Vic-XBly e>r^x,un.cedr. j
AMACHE, JAPANESE
^AMPS COMPARtO
Life in ^'Uflache arid in
Japanese iirfccrnmerrfc camps
vma contrasted in a story
cariied by the Denver tost
S'anday^
The feature article was
written by Jack Gar berry,
author of the series of
stories about jirr.ache wiicn.
have ?.ppeared in tae post.
Party Honor
9 Volunteers
Enlistees 3o'o nirano,
irnes*fc Uno, Sao Okauora,
Jim Yaiaagaclii, Tom Sasaki,
Hideo Ihara^ Hiroshi Siii-
bata, Yophio lbe, and Joe
Yasada- were houorsa at a
3cial held in tee PIOiLISH
D ail ding Sariviay aigiit*
GEORGE MOREY !S
YMCA CHAIRMAN
l.^asao Satow and Jiramie
Yamanaka v-ilL x epi^esent the
-imaohs Y.T0^ ut tiae annoai
west Central Area council
Friday, Saturday arid San^
dai> at ^^ansas City,
George Iloreyms elected
chainnan of the group at
Sunday1s meeting. Assist-
ing will do George Ono,
secretarj, and John Ishi-
ka*#a, treasurer.
Fellowship, soasorship
of oojb* clubs, and becom-
irig au integral pai t of tae
YTCA moVQv.tent ir the United
States. weie'discassed.
_______________ o
NISEI GROUP
OFFERS AID
In a let^r to tao pi ej-
ect director, the YwCA Ni-
sei Co-ed. gro.up'in ienver
asked if taey may assist in
the recreation program of
this csivc-br vith tae prof-
its- thay rna^e at tneir
xuursday night dances.
The grouy felt that it
was *:a 'small measore of ex-
yr.jstsing our rosponsioili-
ty. toward our friends in
caiip.George i'iasunaga is
president andEitsae. Sugaxio
is secretary.
9H ENLISTEES
FETED RECENTLY
Block 9H was host to 17
enlistees, lo fror 9H and
four from 10H, at a party
last ni^at. in the raess iiali#
Guests of honor were Joe
riarataai, Hideo Ihara, ki-
yoshi Isozaki, Sao .vara-
tsa. Sherman Kisiii, G-eorge
iashiv/ass, Ken jiuzuliara,
Ernest ifekita,, George .Mi-
yake, Arnold Onki, Uddio
Ohki, i3en Okuye, Triomas
Tanaica, w i 11 i am lanaiia,
Yoshinobui Tani-^ucni, Mas
Teral,ana Leonard Yoshino#
VITAL
_^STATISTICS
3IETHS:
-So Mr. and Mrs- Tatsao
Usui, 9K-5F, a girl, at
the center hospital, Feb,
19.
To Llr. and Mrs. Bob Ha^
yashi Inouy^ a boy,
at the center hospital,
Feb* 2L.
To Mr. and ^rs- Robert
Goro Ichikavi/a, 12K_2C-D
twins, o-j and girl, at
tae center hospital,Feb.
NISti ENLISTEES ALLOWED
TO VISIT ANY WKA CENTER
Permits to visit BA
yiojects in evacoatei
ait as without es-
cort will be granted to com-
bat teaa volunteers after
induction at Denvoz, ac-
cording to a redea^e fiom
Dilliou 3. ui-
rector.
Those el icicle arid wish-
ing sach p'-rcuits are ad-
vised to contact Placeaent
Officer waiter J. inodel,
who will submit requests
to San ?rariCi&co*
.The xeqaestee* s Araiy
sex i&I nuc*ber, destinatior.,
period of furlough, and tae
statefent taat ae is an
inuuctet ax e tue only in-
formation recessary for
application.
Permits will not be
ranted, however, to go
into locations otner than
toe ,>IiA pi ejects except
to attend the funer-.l of
an iffiiuediate faall^ member
or to visit a farily member
who is in danger of deata.


Page 4.
____ ?ICKS2E
March 3,1943

E5
NEW CLASSES
ANNOUNCED
Certificates
Available .
Vera Hayes, secretary
to Project Director Janos
& Lindiey, returned ro-
cen'ly frem a visit to hor
home ir Hillrose.

Newest arrivals fr Dm
other nentera ir.olu^e the
Yosluro r\i.iimutsus5 Kazue
and Kiyomi Hat tori frcm
Pos tfo::; Satoru Kamikawa
and aocrgtj Hurata fromMan-
zar.ar, a-ccording to Housing
Superintendent Paul ll.
Freier. .

Joel Gordon, 12-year-cld
son of S.^ir.uel J, Gordon,
night school d iroctor 5 was
given a long-promisod visit
to -ho renter iasr
during sr.ring vacation for
roceiving good grades In
his studies. Joel liked
tiie center so much that he
wants to move here from
his h o me in Golorado
Springs,

Krs. V/ilrna van Dussal-
dorp, associate consultunf
of public we'lfare of the
Washington office, is vis-
iting the center.

-Asayo Kii-nura will leave
for ivlanzanar a4- he and of
th week to tai-9 a train-
ing course to ceco-.-ie a
graduate nurse.
Sna will return, to this
o^nter to work in the hos-
pital after oomple'ting the
149-iay course.
.
Sunday Snglisli services
of the Granada Prot3stai,t
Ghurair will l e held int the
10H recreation hall instead
of at- Terry hall. The la
t^r looatioii will he used
for the arts and crafts
exhibits on that dav .
COUPLE ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
A i'ow rr^ore beginning or
ir.ferrTiOdiate students will
be accepted in the typing
class which meets every
Iv o no a j 5 V/ e d n -3 s d a y, ani j^r i -
day, according to an an-
nouncerri-3n.t from the adult
education office.
A nR-,v class in reginnir.g
shorthand will be hala o:\
Tuesdays and Thursdays at
nit-50, beginning t o day,
a4: f:3C p.m.
A class in wocdwor'K will
be oendueted every Monday
and (Vodn9Sday from b3
9' p.m.
All those interested
may register at the adult
eduna ion office ir. the 8H
laundry building, according
to Samuel 'Gordon, head
of t?ia department.
INSTRUCTORS
IN VISIT
Arr.aohq instructors from
tha llaval Intelligence Lan-
guage sahool in Boulder
wao are visiting the center
during their infur-terni va-
cation this weak are
Mika FujimotOg L/Ia.s 30
Igasa^i, Joe Ir.cuye,. PuJjy
ata, Akira Msnahe Saburo
?-ani 9 and James' '/oshida.
Other residents inter-
estei in applying for pcsi-
tions as language instruc-
tor s at Boulder are re-
quested to see James Yo-
shida wb b will irA or view
api-licants all day *
st the 1CK reoreci';ioii h(fll
fro/a 9:30 a.m. The employ-
ment office will also con-
duct interviews, said Rag-
isfrar Lewis W. Fanslan.
Those who wish to have
baggage or parcels taker
to Boulu er may register
iiTii/ied ia ^3ly at the emolo;,-
merit off ice.
Residents Vv^ho have re-
ceived notifications from
their block managers about
the arrival of their shco
ratinir_g certificates are
renuQsted to secure them
at Hans or. hall, according
to Leave Of floor Y/illis j
IansonB
Certificates are good
for 30 days only.
BLOCD DONCKS
NEEDED ^ '
A call for blood donors
Vv'as issued today ny Dr. W.
Carstarpiion of Ahe center
hospital as the present
list is almost exhausted
"To be a donor, one musr
have a Vvassermsnn test ar.d
a blood typing test per-
formed at the Jicspitr!
laboratory,,f Dr. Carstar-
lr^n said. Ha eir^hasized
^-hat donors will not give
blood im,mediately,
HIhe response to this
api,eal and the subsaviuent
rlood donor list compiled
is the only aouroe cf Mood
available," Ur. Carstarphen
pointed out.
Pcncrs are asked to r0-
port ro the hospital labor-
atory at their earliest
convenience.
CHURCH GROUP TO
MEET IN 7H HALL
Th 3 Ana c h e S e v e r. t h -Da y
Adventist oh u r oh wi11 t
meet in 7G recreaf icn hall
tonight*. Inste33, msir^ers
will meet in the 111 rocre-
at ion hail with the H-ranadn
Cliristian church group at
/ jp L i #
A young x)eoplefs fellow-
ship hour with ccnxiunity
sieging will he featureJ.
The r,uhlic is ool-diaily
invited to attend.
Tae betrothal of Ltitsu-
ko Ilattori, daughter of
Mr. and x.lr's. Koto Ilattori,
to Franci Suzukida was an-
and ivlrs. Yu taka Lu^cta.

SATURD/
nounoed at the H a t tor i Event Time Eec Hall
ho^ejBG-llG, Saturday eve- CATHOLIC
ning in the presenGe of Mass 7:00 a,m. UK
friends a nd member55 of SEVEN?:-DAY ADVE'I^I3,
their families. Sabca^^ sciiooi 9:00 a.m. 7(;
Suzukida is the fourth Sermon 10:00 a.m. 7G
son of Mr. and ivlrs. Toku S210110-NO-IYE
Suzukida. Service ?:00 p.m. 7G-12G
liaishakuniri were Mr. and Mrs, Siiuiclii Sasaki and *ir. BUDDHIST
Adult service 2:00 l-.m. '7G-1EG


March 5,1943
PI0NE3R
DANCE TO FETE ARMY
VOLUNTEERS IS PLANNED
Army volunteers
hall Monday from
provide the music.
Sponsors will
center, including
ation department.
Suzukida, who is
chairman for the
will be assisted
following committees:
Rockettes, refreshments;
Les Serrelles, f inance;
Escalantes and. Florettes,
favorsj Mcrsantas, invita-
tions and reception rec-
reation department and a Y
clab, decorations; YMGA,
cleanup; PIOlfESR^ publicity;
Bill Tsuji, dance arrange-
ments.
Invitations will be lim-
ied to the volunteers and
their partners, Y girls,
YMCA, representatives of
the administrative staff,
and the community council.
U of Minnesota
Seeks Teachers
With the possibility of
the opening of special
coarsos in the Japanese
language, the University
of Minnesota is aiozious to
communicate with men and
vomen vtith teaching exper-
ience in this field, stated
Kay Sugahara of the employ-
ment office.
The establishment of
the courses depends on the
availability of teachers
familiar with both English
and Japanese.
will be honored at a df.nce in Terry
8 to 11 p.m. The Music Maters will
be the various organizations in the
the YWCA, YMCA, PIONEER, and recre-
Henry ___________________________
general
event,
by the
WHERE DO YOU SUGGEST GOING
TONIGHT THE PALLADIUM .CASINO-'
GARDEN'S -- OR EARL CARROUS---
--OR TE RRY HALL_ 9_________
(On acct. yours sincere-
ly is acting ed. for tiais
issue, Editor Bob. Hirano
takes over d.a.g. this
Fair exchange... or is it.,*?
t.k.)
¢64 QUESTION
who IS this Tajie Kasur
note! who conducts B.a.g*?
ANSWER
Taxie is a icey member
of the PIONEER staff. She*s
5 ft. 2 in. tall and weighs
115 pounds. As fax as we* ve
been able to ascertain,
she vas born mebbe 0 years
a^- (^e never were very
good at guessing agos) in
Colusa, Calif., the same
tovt-n that gave the v^orld
Joseph Ide, idol of the
recreation departments
Our heroine is a sv^ing*
fan and has a collection
of hot records, Goodman,
Tommy Dorseyand Ellington
predominating, Eddy Dachin
is also among her favorite
leaders.*hehl hehJ
Because she sent in so
manj requests for rtcoids
he liked, she got to know
Hal McIntyre who did a
record progTam on KYA. as
a by-product of the friend-
ship, Taxie recently got a
fan letter from anisei boy
in a California sanitarium*
McIntyre had given, her a
plug in his program#
Right now, Taxie is
learning-to play the claxi-
net. She wanted to take up
trumpet, but told that
it wasn'.t fittiri1 for a
so was going to try
sax* No sax was available,
so she decided on clarinet
as the1 fingering1 and staff
are almost the same. When
she gets hold of a, 9ax, the
transition will be easy.
When Taxie was go i% to
school she was awfully quiet
and the story is that she
barely whispered to people"
when she was a high school
freshman sophomore, and
so on*
She won her lifetime
CSF pin on graduation and
was working for the Colusa
oun-Heraid. ^hen evacuation
came around*
Taxie* s still quiet but
is gradually thawing out
in the rugged PIONEER at-
mosphere*


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.block managers, Harvey ^Turii,
the r e c roation d q part-
ment, the ohurchas, a'rid to
all those who attended tno
benefit inovis Saturday and
Sunday at the 6G reoreatian
hall, When tho USO ^ceut^r
is opened there, we hope
you will come.
-Y-
Blue Triangle clubs which
h=uveu!t drassad their dolls
for the Arts and Grafts fes-
tival are aslcad to contact
the Y office immediately*
Thursday is the deadline for
handing toem in. Trielts
and Silverines ara in charge
of the display.
, '-Y-
(iirls who volunteered to
usher at the Arts and Crafts
festival Saturday and Sun-
day are uslod to Iq^vq their
names at the Y office,
1 . Y *
Mijr'y l^odu ^as elected
president the Silverines
Friday. Assisting will be
Plorenoe Na feasugi, vico
president; Yoshimi Yocoha-
ri, secretary; Kobo,
treasurer; Dorothy Handa,
member at l^rge; and Tosh i-
ro Nishihara, r a porter.
Gruca Lewis is the aovi^ar,
Y
MThau^ you for -your kind
hospitality, i .v/e both en-
joyed it iiiimensely.H 3o
read a letter to:the .Twen-
toens from Pfc* and 11rs*
:7ill Kiroto- ;.vho attended
tho group/s Valentine social.
Y-
boldiers1 iiandbooks wore
made by the Blue Girol.es
and are being distributed
at the north administration
building^ to the visiting
sarvlaeuion. Be sure and
saa tl,jat your frlend gets
one. -
-
Thanks to the Aina oh it ia
club of V/oonsookfQt, 31,
for the jries wkici:i were
award ad to the winners at
the uR Juia 4uest, * ^
Y
Doing their p rt for
tlie uiz ^uest were the
advisers, Ka^u Kuwaliara,
Einitco Oka, ^iiiy Hat tor i ,
3mi Kinoki, .and Mae yno,
who '..era honorary judges
for the .contest. Jaine Oi,
liana UiiJ, and Susie lUttori
wore Judges of the siit*
_______(MEP
CChQP mm
NETS ^24655..
A total of $24,655 was
invested by residents in
the Am^ohe Consumer Enter-
prises, Iixc., up to Sunday,
aooozding to S.H, Runcorn,
assoc iate superintend ant.
310ck 12K heads the list
vith 12135 to its credit*
Other blocks which have
more than $1000 tumod in
are 6(i, #2075; 6H, ^13&0;
1£G, 4 1305; 9H, $1210;
10E, 31155;10H, #1075;
and 7H, ^1060.
f^UST oET PERhlTS
FOR GATHERINGS
a11 social gatherings
and metitinga held in mass
halls inust huve the permis-
sioa. of the block manager
_ind the Gtav^rd, B. Uia6i-a-
wa of the recreation depart-
ment atated, .Permit forms
may be obtained at the 73
recreation offica.
More than 150 blue serv-
ice flags are proudly dis-
played 'in the v/indows of
tlio barracks. 3a ch star
shows that a bo.y is in tha
sorviqe of the US Amy
The NaUasas with three
sons serving,haad tha list*
A scrapbooli and olack-
making qontest is now be-
ing sponsored by the U3C.
Completed products will be
sent to niaei servioemaa,
Enbroidaradcharm belts,
c a 1led Mtli8 belt of a
thousand stitchesare
now being m*da by tiae vomen
for the .ni^ei soldiers.
Tliese Jare to protect them
while in battle and is a
custom which came f i' om
Japan,
Training c> 1 asses in
three divisions, including
stenography and aeohaiiiGal
drawing, shop training, and
farm aad carpentry sho^, will
bo started to prepare evac-
uees for / 9,mxiloym6nt in
the resettlem'eat -areas,
TULB t *
A father and son banquet
is bein^ planned by tho
Junior Ili-Y. as its fir^t
activity
T2)q 4-H club girls will
sponsor knitting and oro-
Gheting classes for junior
and senior hi^i girls.
JOB OFFtlS, ,
Yoshioka" Here
To Interview
Ben Yoshioka of the Chi-
cago \7BA offiGQ v;ill be in
the center all week to
interview ajplicaats for
^tho following positions f
announced Mario Vecohio,
outside placement officer,
tocJay:
Assistant lab aipervisor,
lab technicians, and as-
sistants' for the Miohael
lease hospital;bookkeeper
with ability to operate a
Hooa-Hopkins or Burroughs
billing machine,dictaphone
operator, :arx cago. *
Japanese language teach-
er, tvf stenographers* Mil-
v/aukeQ
'/alters, bus boys for
the University club, Evans-
ton, 111.
Danestio work in the Mid-
V/QSt,
aro being displayed at an
exhibit. 3^.amples include
a dadoing acuple, a monkey
climbing a tree, a. hunohed
cat, lisards, and snakes.
Boy Scout Troop 79, tha
first to be organised in
the center, \as installed
recently.
JINIDOKa."
The thre3 Onodera broth-
ers volunteereid to serve
in the all-aisai combat
unit.
The oonte^s publication,
"Irrigator,* appeared in
printed form for the first
time Saturday.
A recant songfast had
as its motto, 11 the -best
songs of all come from 34
reo hall.11 01-favorites %
ourrent hitsf and talents
were presented on the pro-
gram.
GILA.".
Laying of linoleum on.
the barrack floors was
started wi.th the arrival of
paste, .
TOPAZ...
./omen will replace men
in the mess halls within
thQ next tv; months, for the
men will ba going, into the
Army or working on the proj-
ect f^rin and public works
division.


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Tiarch 0,_1943 Page 7
AA Playoffs
Undecided.
With three Ah. hoop tean3
tied for first place in tae
race for the league xlag,
and with the Granada /m
avail a ole for t o morrow
night only, the question
of how to run the piayoff
ghUiQB is 3tumpirtg the ias-
ketball Board of Directors.
As we go to ^ress, the;
are still stumped%
The present set-up of
playing either the Laners,
Araians, or Skookuius twice
in one ni^nt is bein^
v^ith some disapproval.
Tonights managers1 rr.ee'r
iao, hope, will clarify
this situation and lorirxp a
happy finale to the league.
One tning is certain;
the cam j ions hip playof:.
for the A league will oe
held as planned. --.i
IN IPEWN/%NI
KOCKETS GO
DOWN, 42-35
.The crippled Kau -vau.
Laners were given a scare
bat managed to pull out
with a win over tne Livir^;-
ston Eock.ct3,and
kee-j taeir place as oue of
the to^ teaus tiie yermant
fl^at in the first game
played at tue 5ri\iiada grr.
Moriiay night,
Keoyir^ jjacq %ita tne
sccrit^. of tieir Oj^cmeivts,
.te Socket & looked ^Qd as
taey held tae Land s to a
u-^oint lead at n^li'tnae.
The thirci quarter, how-
ever, was disastrous for
the IloGkets as the Double
^au cow's, paced oy Cirove
loshivvara ana -Bill ./acia,
went on a scorin0 spree
and /iled ap a l^-yint
.tcLvantaget
This lead was whittle!
down, souiewh-t by the flashy
playing of Nob Kawatani ox'
the Eockets in the firial
period but the l-aaer13
bulge was too much*
iiill '.ida and Grove Yc-
sruwara made 13 aand 12
points respectively for tao
Kau ICaa five and Kawatani
tallied for the Rockets.
cn §t
RAMBLERS
FALL 43-37
Keeping pace m ih the
3k:ockcur.s ana Liners .for the
league le&d, the ^rai-
ans smu.ckea the a^ioleis
off tae Granada court by
handinc theca a 43-^7 aeTeat,
in. tne tiiird aa garae ijl^yed.
Monday night.
Led y taeir 'oig offen-
sive gun, Shig Fuxa^aiua,
ti*e Araian^ after some t-xw
Ciiarige of the lead in the
first quarter, grab'ntsa it
in the second period* and
iaeld it thr ouehoat the re-
tTiainder of the gair.e-
en Fukuyama was cover-
ed, Aki Ki3i d i. d the
sharpshooting i'or the RAfs.
The halftime score favored
the Araians, 26^-16.
The Ramblers (.rovea dan-
gerous at all times ith
Tosh Sr*imiia and Chick Foru-
ye leading the bucket
barrage, cut t hey just
didr^t have enough "to over-
taKt tiie high-flying vic-
tors.
Hi^h man for theAraians
wei t Fukuyama -vvith lb and
ixisai with For tne ham-
blers, Fur aye scored 12 and
Shimizu iC.
A CHOWN
AT STAKE
The iau Kau Laners, bi
wigs of Division I o; the
A ag*e league, and the
Ai.;ache Zephyrs, kiagpins ox
Division II, will rr^e&t to-
morrow night to decide the
championship of ti^e A
league at the Granada sjtt*..
The Laners are lined
with seasoned veterans,
xirni^l y, dead-cyo Aas Isai-
S KOOKS IN CLOSE WIN
The winless Lindy Hoops,
trying desperately to chalk
up taeir first league win,
norted to rougli-aoase
tactics, and ceu.e within l
points of upsetting the
powerful Sicookums in the
second gan.c at the Gi r.nada
gyn. LConday nignt. final
score was £9-25.
iy this victory, the
Skooks remained- in the
running, for tiae A^.leagae
as only the qae&tion&iole
tactics of tne Hoops caecki-
ed tiifc Sicooicui'A* s ofion&e
The halftime score was 14
lw-iu favor of tue wirmers*
Soapy Jiyashima made 10
joints to top the victors,
which Hi chara Nimara made
8 points for ti^e Hoops.
F_AIL
::=STAINID 6
Cage league
gaki, George Yaiv.azurni, Fla auntin^. Tear;. V/ L Pet.
Inaba, and George Tasniro. Tne S ko o leuzr.. varsity i^au Kau Laners 4 1 .600
Tne only teen-age player c o ui d. r.1 11 make headway Royal Araians 4 1 .800
to iDrealc into that 1 ine-a^ through tue rugged Hoo s Skookums 4 1 .BOO
is lanky Tom Yokoi* aefense and were out in Ramblers ,400
They will be pitted front by a mere points, Sockets 1 4 .200
against t;,e younger Zephyr with bat a couple of Lindy Hoops 0 .000
aggregation of Jack: uarr.a-
hasui -John Nishirrpjira, *J irr.
Kimoto, Kane I^iyosui, aud
Shi^.e IsiU£ak:i*
Both te&riis have gone
through their leafe'^e sched-
ules with but one loss anl
a close o-attlti ,s expected
to ievelop. shoull
be a t3$-ap.
minutes left in the game,
Soapy Miyashima pottQi one
arid was matched by Hoop
iiiohard *\imura. Then guard
Kish Yamate carae taro ugh
Yjith a timely field goal
to pat the garae on ice for
the Sicookums.
The game, although close,
provided it'fcie g nt
MANAGERS TO MEET
An important meeting
of all cage managers 'Aill
be held tonight at the
7ji recreatiori hall at 7
o* clock, according to the
recreation iepartvaer.t.


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INDIANS
FACE BOBCMS
Facing the dranada Bob-
oats for the fourth time
this season, the Amaoho
Indian oaerswill truvol
to aranaJa tonight for a
gai*ae' at the Jranadu gym*
The, preliminary at 7i3
X>.ia. will bring together
tha *aac2'iQ' B* s' and th^ Gra^
nada Br s;
Joth teams '--/e 'Qz^eoteci
to oome home with victories,
* Tickets will be-available
at tLe south administration
;xVtt^PIQ^EEH
LANERS COP
DIV. f CROWN':
Paced -by I&sa Ishisaki,
who .rang Up.'11 points, the
ICau Kan h1 s; 'v>on 28**.
20 deaision over the I^oyal
i^rj-ia,a a*.a. in the_. j?ay-off
game tor the Division I
title tlie 'gG opurt.Sun-.
day afternoon..
rJMs victory entitled
the L- ners- to meet the
Ze:hyr3 t winners of the
Division II title, for the
A league ahampdonship..
Following. Ishigaki in
^m^dh 3 r-'19^3
ZEPHYRS wm
IN PLAYQff
virtti^. of'-the ^epol
Rambler's u'p.bet viq-tory
over the h i g}11y-t ou tod
Delta'*-E.s.quirfl's,, .and by
their oVn fesurbreadth win'
a^iast thd hcard-fi'ghting
10E Buccaneersthe
AHtiGho Zephyrs ?.>er9 crowned *
u nd isauted D i v isxon II
champions of the A league
at the 6F court Saturday*
Until game time,, the
Sskies, Bugs, unci Zephyr.s
were tied for the division.
building.
The last games for the
ceilter teuiris .at tho Granada
s-coring honors was George
Yamanurai with 6, while
forward Tsuji of the Arai-
leud.
The game, v^as not dec id eel
until the final seconds of
scliool gym will be flayed
against the Holly A and 3
teams Friday night.
Table Tennis
Champs Named
Three ssotioaal table
tennis champs v/era orowned
at the 1IG recreation-hall
Sunday'afternOou.
2hey vere
Noboru 1 Masada, 71{f who
defeated Louisa Nakaaof.73^
for 'Vm' Blocks 6 and 7
ehJmpionshii).
Ha rut o Moriguch-i,. .83,
who defeated Ken 01ilcif-9il,
for tLe Blocks S, 9,. and
1J cr_,;.1,'
Sam Nogaeva 111, .v^io
6efeuted Iden 1anaka,11G/
axis- also tanicod 6.
RfllllBLERS UPSET
ESQUIRES, ?321
Pulling the biggest up-
set yet seati in Pivision II
of the A cage le^^ue, th.9
su^osedly wejak ,3q jX 3am-
blors trippoci the-coufident
Delta Esquires, 2^3-21, and
o-ropped .them from the. pen-
nant- race Saturday at the
8G court*'. ,
-'-Orioo out in. front, the
Hamblers hold on to .thoir
lead und won by tjie narrow
margin of 2. points,
Jimm^ Otsutci .was high
fpr the wianors with 10
point s Giiohi Isftiaaka .and
Id Toyama nLde 6 eh for
a f ive-a i nute ov a r tiae
tus'slo., whon Zaphyr Jack
Hamabashi broke loose to
lay ia a perfect set-up and
brQBk the- .35-all count.
V/ith 2-0 seconds to go
in ths ragular .gameand the
score 27-23 against thorn,
wQx*yr John Nishimura made
good a gratia shot to tia
the s o ore, thus jaeces-
situting the overtime*
High point iu^n for the
Ze^iyrs was Haiaahashi with
16,, follawad by Nishimura
with.!'Rinks Sano scored
12 for the Bucs and Shinki
Sano tallied 9.
Aeros, Dukes
Are^V/tftWs) A
for the Blocks 11,anc3 Is
titlo*
winners wara awarded
a box of oandy and a piotura
puzzla. Th e r u nners-up
received two sets of pic-
ture ^U2zles, Later, all
six v/i?l receive, neraento
paddles made "by the art
aivision pf the recreation
de^artinent, ^
SEPOL GIRLS
IN TRIUMPH
Tiie Sepol Bamblerettas
re^i&t9rd4 arxotiaor. walk-
away vrfin, by trouncing the
Las- 3toiIes, 31-18, at ..the
6F. court Saturday,
^ugiv-^Mio
oh^ltced 16 point'a*,v :^ne
the los^re.
MIG TOURNAMENT
SIGN-UP STARTS
Persqns living in Blocks
6 and 7, who \:ish to ^ntor
a sectional marble tourna-
meat to be held Sunday,are
as^od to. sign ; u^. at the
noarest laundry..
UF CAGERS DEFEAT
HG;: S.AKO STARS
Led by U3uparman,f Suyeo
Sa:v who to s in 6
joints9 tho Hi*1 cagers de*
fbated tho 11G- -.eara, 28-26,
at tliG Gii oourt Sunday
rao inning.
Sipb pkanotp rollifig
in a in
final half of the game, the
Aero's thumped the vrinless
Argonauts,* 26-16, in an A
league game, playad at. tha
8G court Sunday. Ush?,ma of
tho Argonauts tallied 6 for
his toam.
, LTi Du^es 9 another A
teiim, v;allpad the 12B Ram-
blers, 40-23, at the 6F
c^urt Sunday* B. Kawasaki
potted 15 for the v/inners#
while Nay Togashi made 8
for tile Gamblers#
Tho S.nokoy 3tVer5 for-
foiteo t thair ma to the
Giar.ts.
J:L. STANDINGS
A B^SISTBALL LEAUUS
Sqa*)1 sextette v/as never
tJireataaed auu coasted to
anaasy win. Norma Hanamoto
mao q 8 to follow Miss Sugi-
yama in scoring^ w h *i la
Jain Oi arid Mary Oi. scored
10and8pints ras^eotively
for the losers.
l)ivisior- ,1
Team L ?ot.
Kau Kan Laners 4 1 .800
Royal ^raians- 3 O .600
Dukes 3 o 600
Giants 3 2 .600
123 Babblers Z 3 .400
Sul Pirision II
i i
Toam W L Pet,
iJophyrs 4 1 800
Delta Ssquires 3 2 .600
1JH Buccaneers 3 2 600
Aeros 3 2 .600
Sepol Ramblers 2 3 .400
Argonauts 0 5 .000



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